Wednesday, June 29, 2016
This is a complete list of all internet data bundle plans provided by all Nigerian Internet Service providers with their prices and subscription/activation codes inclusive. It comes in handy if you do not know which network to choose from and which Internet bundle plan you would love to activate for your usage. This guides covers the various major network providers in Nigeria namely; MTN, Airtel, Glo and Etisalat.
As the Trial of Saraki and Ekweremadu & co was proceeding, I heard the noise of a mob outside our fence. I checked out to see what's going on. Alas! The guy in the pic below is being lynched by the mob. I moved closer to find out his offense, I realized he used to go round to steal panties (especially of females) hung on the line. After being tortured for some hours, he confessed he has been in the business for a while, and he's being sponsored by some people. He said the leader pays him N500 per a panty. He claimed to come from Akinmoorin in Afijio LG. I appealed to the mob not to take law into their hands via Jungle Justice, rather they should let us hand him over to the believed "unfaithful" NPF corps. They agreed with me and we immediately invited the corps, then handed him over to them. He also confessed a "Babalawo" is their sponsor.
Sunday, June 26, 2016
Glo, Airtel and MTN Networks in Nigeria now allows her subscribers to borrow credits and pay later. The service tends to be a life saver if you happen to find yourself in a situation where you need to call someone very urgent and there is no means of getting recharge cards to make it possible. Here's how to go about it.
Saturday, June 25, 2016
How to Transfer Credit from MTN to MTN
Before you can initiate a transfer from any MTN line, you would need to create a secret pin. This secret pin must be known to you alone, and the pin must be four digit numbers. Anyone that knows your pin can transfer your credit without your consent.